14 May 2021 Fern-Leaf Peony (Paeonia tenuifolia)


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14 May 2021 Fern-Leaf Peony (Paeonia tenuifolia)
Posted on May 14, 2021 by Durgan
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A perennial. Lasts a week or so and has the most beautiful red color.
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Cor Durgan - they are beautiful. I thought you only grew veggies and tempeh :giggle:
 
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Grow most vegetables, and some fruit trees, currants, haskap, grapes, gooseberry ,paw paw,. Live in a Garden of Eden area and can buy many fruits and vegetables in season. Preserve by root cold room and pressure can slurries. Bulk food supplies dried grains, and beans. Indeed I consume tempeh daily for breakfast, main source of protean.
 
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What's a Garden of Eden area Durgan? :)
 
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I suppose a good growing area in my area. I am on the periphery of the Niagara Region. Surrounded by the Great Lakes. We get usually good growing weather for 3 or 4 months. June, July, and August and often September. Soil is generally quality. Rainfall is usually adequate. Sun is reasonable.
 
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Sounds good Durgan :) We live in what used to be known as the garden of England, still fruit orchards around but most of the farm shops are too expensive :(
 
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Our vegetable and fruit farms are disappearing. Pizza, Mc/Donald's, Donut shops, and other fast food places have filled the gap. It shows on the populace at large. It's a shame and is probably unhealthy in the relatively long term.
 
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We see McDonald's wrappers thrown out of cars along the roads. Guess that's the mentality of the folk that eat there, don't see many discarded fruit and veg punnets :rolleyes:

We had some friends come round and bought us locally grown Asparagus today. We gave them some spring onions in return :)
 

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